Check out all the major airlines’ latest flight offers, with routes to various Brazilian destinations
Azul – In June 2018, Azul increased the number of weekly flights between São Paulo and Lisbon; the airline now operates 11 flights per week, up from 7.
Air Europa – Operating flights to Salvador and Recife since December 2017, the airline is currently bolstering its presence in Brazil by offering São Paulo as a new destination. As of March 2018, Air Europe flies to São Paulo daily, via Madrid, departing from Gatwick.
British Airways – BA has increased their number of flights between London and São Paulo. There are now 9 flights per week, besides the daily flights to Rio de Janeiro from Heathrow.
GOL – Recife and Foz do Iguaçu will receive more flights during the high season. The two cities will be connected with flights operated by GOL as of December 21, 2018, on Wednesdays, Friday and Sundays. With this, Pernambuco will be served by 28 domestic flights.
Iberia – The airline has increased its number of flights to São Paulo per week to 7, with 5 per week to Rio de Janeiro.
LATAM – The São Paulo to Lisbon route was launched In September 2018, with 5 flights departing from Guarulhos International Airport per week.
Norwegian –The airline will be the first low-cost operator to offer fights to Brazil from London and Europe. The flight, due to be launched in 2019, will depart from Gatwick. At the time of writing, the airline was yet to confirm the destination airport.
Royal Air Maroc – The Moroccan airline now operates flights from Casablanca to Rio de Janeiro.
TAP – The Portuguese carrier has announced a new route from Dublin to Lisbon, as of March 31, 2019.